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L'Époque + Journal d'une femme nwar

Matthieu Bareyre


An electrifying journey into the night, a profound and poetic conversation: Matthieu Bareyre presents two film portraits, one collective, the other individual, born of a shared desire to talk about what life is all about. Two films that reveal aspects of today’s France.

2015-2017: the period following the Charlie-Hebdo attacks that transformed so many people’s lives, including those of youngsters the filmmaker followed at night with his BlackMagic camera, not to make a film about young people but among them so that they can freely express their dreams, nightmares and tears and talk about their parties, their jobs, their desires, their future, their efforts to forget… Met during the filming of this feature-length documentary, Rose-Marie Ayoko Folly became the central figure of Journal d’une femme nwar: a diary that deals with the racist and colonialist heritage of France, Rose-Marie’s bipolar disorder and the wounds of her childhood.
+ Q&A with Matthieu Bareyre between the two films

Practical information

2023 edition

18:30 : L’Époque
duration 90’

21:00 : Journal d’une femme nwar
duration 1 h 44

Where ?
La Baleine

59 cours Julien , 6e

tel04 13 25 17 17 //


Metro - 2 stop Notre Dame Du Mont

Tram - 2 stop Canebière Garibaldi


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Photographie ©Mathieu Bareyre

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